20 photos and videos from last night's Vancouver vigil honouring Quebec City attack victims

Jan 31 2017, 5:12 pm

Last night, Canada chose love over hate with vigils being held across the country for the victims of Sunday night’s terror attack on a mosque in Sainte Foy, a suburb of Quebec City.

In response, cities across Canada held vigils honouring the victims.

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In Vancouver, crowds gathered at Al Masjid Al Jamia Vancouver, lighting candles and holding signs denouncing the acts of violence and expressing support for the Muslim community in Canada.

Young children, people of different faiths, firefighters, city councillors, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and members of the police came together to show that love and tolerance is what we need more of.

Another vigil is scheduled at the mosque this Saturday.

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